CANADA Canada - Suzanne Aldworth, 16, Waterloo, Ont, 18 Nov 1972

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  1. imamaze

    imamaze Former Member

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    Originally posted by: rena, moved here for discussion...
    unsolved murder in 1973 waterloo ontario
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    Is anyone familiar with a murder that took place in Waterloo, ontario of a young girl around November 15 to 25 in 1973! (1972?).I believe her first name was Suzanne, or Susan. She apparently was at a bar called the Kent Hotel that evening. She was abducted, driven out to a county road outside of Waterloo, killed and found naked the next day.
    I have searched all through the websites and while there are other 1970's unsolved murders, I simply cannot find anything on this one.
    I lived on Erb Street in those days with my mother and apparently she threw a shoe into our yard. It was a very cold, snowy night. I seem to remember seeing a older black car, maybe 1957 and three men inside and a struggle.
     


  2. imamaze

    imamaze Former Member

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    Welcome to Websleuths rena! I'm not familiar with the case but hopefully someone is.

    Ima
     
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  3. SamIAm

    SamIAm New Member

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    I just happened to stumble upon this post and thought this info I found might help this thread. You may already know all this. I think it's who your talking about.

    Here
     
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    dotr Well-Known Member

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    I found this news clipping <a href="Clipping from The Windsor Star - Newspapers.com" style="text-decoration: none;display:block;" target="_parent"><img src="https://img.newspapers.com/img/img?...1572984267&h=43e23ab1ae406dd15316c708e487d4c8" alt="" style="max-width:100%;"><span style="display:block;font: 13px helvetica, sans-serif; color: #747474;padding: 4px 0;max-width: 700px;"><strong></strong> Mon, Nov 20, 1972 &ndash; 34 &middot; <em>The Windsor Star (Windsor, Ontario, Canada)</em> &middot; Newspapers.com</span></a>
     
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    Kitchener police seek girVs killer KITCHENER, Ont. (CP)- Police were searching today for the killer of a 16-year-old Waterloo girl whose nude body was, found Sunday in a snow-filled ditch near a nunnery about six miles west of here. An autopsy was to be performed today on the body of Suzanne Aldworth who was reported missing by her parents early Saturday. Provincial police said their criminal investigation branch was investigating the case as a homicide but would not say how the girl was killed. Police also refused to say whether" she was sexually assaulted. The body was found by two girls who were riding horses. The girl was last seen at a Waterloo restaurant Friday night with a group of friends. She left to make a telephone call and was not seen again. Her friends told police they thought she had made a three-block walk from the restaurant to her home. i I .
     
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    I never had the chance to meet Suzanne.. but I did get to know her family.. I dated one of her brothers in about 1977.. Her parents never got over it..I have lost contact with the family since about 1980. They where an incredable family..it broke my heart how much pain they where in.. I was born only a year after Suzanne and just loved her mom so much... I have thought of them over the years and wondered if they ever found out what happened to their daughter / sister..they had some ideas but it was never proven..It still makes me sad what they went through.
     
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  8. The 'Wood

    The 'Wood Member

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    I am back reading Websleuths after a number of years. If I had to guess, I'd say the "nunnery" in question was in St. Agatha where the Canadian Independent College and the St. Agatha Catholic church are, but that is just my best guess.
    The Kent Hotel mentioned is now the Huether Hotel -- which is not a hotel but a restaurant and gastropub/bar.
    The post copied from above mentions Erb St., which the Heuther sits near, and takes you to St. Agatha.
     
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    Do you want to share any of the ideas/thoughts BST?
     

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